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An article published on the Indian Business Standard web site reports that some ‘top nuclear scientists in India are urging the newly elected government to revive a ‘cold fusion’ research program with a view to solving the many energy…

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The German science magazine Spektrum has published a feature article on the topic of LENR written by Janosch Deeg titled “Cold fusion – wish or reality?” which looks at the possibilities of cold fusion mainly from a theoretical perspe…

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Dopo diverse settimane dalla pubblicazione del Lugano Report (la relazione che l’Indipendent Third Party ha svolto sul funzionamento dell’E-Cat), la curiosita’ da parte di chi segue le imprese di Andrea Rossi e’ piu’ viva …

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A major technological innovation such as low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) or cold fusion might be the world’s only chance of avoiding catastrophic climate change caused by global warming. That’s the unwritten conclusion of the United Nations’ I…

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Cold fusion characterizes a type of energy yielded when hydrogen interacts with different metals such as palladium and nickel. At present, cold fusion is still considered a hypothetical process for nuclear reaction, which happens near room temperature, not similar with hot fusion techniques that require millions of degrees. In a cold fusion process the primary […]

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Stoyan Sarg Sargoytchev
York University, Toronto, Canada

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Advances in the field of cold fusion and the recent success of the nickel and hydrogen exothermal reaction, in which the energy release cannot be explained by a chemical process, need a deeper understanding of the nuclear reactions and, [...]

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Nonostante qualcosa sia cambiato in meglio dai tempi dell’annuncio di Fleischmann e Pons, la strada della ricerca sulla fusione fredda (cold fusion) e’ ancora tutta in salita. La sua fattibilita’ non e’ ancora accettata dalla sc…

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Thanks to Fortyniner for this report: Fusion power was discussed on the BBC’s ‘In Our Time’ morning chat show today. Much predictable talking up of hot fusion by three ‘experts’, then (to his credit) host Melvyn Bragg aske…

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An editorial titled “Fusion reactor: The countdown has begun” by Hari Pukkat on the Economic Times web site — an Indian publication — reviews the recent news about nuclear fusion, focusing on the recent Lockheed Martin announcem…

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Quali sviluppi ci saranno per l’E-Cat dopo la pubblicazione del Lugano Report? Penso siano in tanti a chiederselo, e Frank Acland di E-Cat World lo chiede a Rossi in persona dalle pagine del blog che lui stesso tiene sul Journal of Nuclear Physic…

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Andrea Rossi ha sempre sostenuto di lavorare tantissimo, e molto probabilmente in questo periodo gli impegni si saranno fatti piu’ pressanti. Dopo la pubblicazione (e l’esito positivo) del nuovo report redatto da terze parti indipendenti (c…

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Tom Wind, consulting electrical engineer and president of the Energy 2.0 Society, will present a program on new findings on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions [LENR] or cold fusion on Monday, Oct 20 at 7 p.m. at the Orange County Community College (SUNY Oran…

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Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel has published an article on the Medium.com web site titled “The E-cat: cold fusion or scientific fraud?” in which he give his own critique of the Lugano test report, and comes to his own conclusions about the val…

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Come ci aspettavamo, l’uscita del nuovo report sull’E-Cat redatto da terze parti indipendenti  sta facendo parecchio parlare gli addetti ai lavori e non. Prima di tutto, nonostante l’esito dei test condotti dal team di scienziati sia…

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The following press release comes from the Energy 2.0 Society. JAMAICA, Iowa., October. 14th, 2014 — The Energy 2.0 Society today announced that it has launched as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to educating the public about low energy nuclear…

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